curious here, thinking about the design of the V1 when compared to the R3. The V1 has to do nearly 2X of an R3, does anyone know if the V1 has the capability (as-is today) to get the range of an R3 at the cost of SA? Right now it seems V1 has to: 1.)Scan front antenna 2.)Scan rear antenna(in parallel to 1) 3.)Compare scans 4.) report to user What I'm pondering is... similar to how you can segment the bands and see performance in range and detectibility on Ka... Does anyone know if you'd see further range improvements if v1 had a "front antenna only" type of mode. I know you can mute the rear, but wondering if you put all of the processing power on a single antenna of the V1 to improve the range.... Then if the front detected a threat kick up the rear after some time. Defeats the purpose of a V1, but would be cool if it proved to improve range... And v1 gave us that as an one of their "modes"